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'''Michael David Gillis''' (born December 1, 1958 in [[Greater Sudbury|Sudbury]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired Canadian professional [[ice hockey]] player and current president and general manager of the [[Vancouver Canucks]].
 
'''Michael David Gillis''' (born December 1, 1958 in [[Greater Sudbury|Sudbury]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired Canadian professional [[ice hockey]] player and current president and general manager of the [[Vancouver Canucks]].
 
==Playing career==
 
==Playing career==
Mike Gillis spent his junior hockey career with the [[Kingston Canadians]] of the [[Ontario Major Junior Hockey League|OMJHL]] from 1975–1978, playing in 111 games, and scoring 132 points (39 goals-93 assists). He added on 18 points (4G-14A) in 12 playoff games. Gillis missed most of the 1976–77 season due to a leg injury. He was drafted in the 1st round, 5th overall by the [[Colorado Rockies (NHL)|Colorado Rockies]] in the [[1978 NHL Entry Draft]].
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Mike Gillis spent his junior hockey career with the [[Kingston Canadians]] of the [[Ontario Major Junior Hockey League|OMJHL]] from 1975–1978, playing in 111 games, and scoring 132 points (39 goals-93 assists). He added on 18 points (4G-14A) in 12 playoff games. Gillis missed most of the 1976–77 season due to a leg injury. He was drafted in the 1st round, 5th overall by the [[Colorado Rockies (NHL)|Colorado Rockies]] in the [[1978 NHL Entry Draft]]. Too many hits to the head made him completely moronic.
   
 
In 1978-79, Gillis played 2 games with the [[Philadelphia Firebirds (hockey)|Philadelphia Firebirds]] of the [[American Hockey League|AHL]], getting no points, and spent 30 games with the Rockies, getting 8 points (1G-7A). He split the 1979–80 season with the Rockies, getting 9 points (4G-5A) in 40 games, and the [[Fort Worth Texans]] of the [[Central Hockey League|CHL]], with 22 points (9G-13A) in 29 games. Gillis started the 1980–81 season with Colorado, and had 18 points (11G-7A) in 51 games before being sent to the [[Boston Bruins]] for [[Bob Miller (ice hockey)|Bob Miller]]. Gillis then had 6 points (2G-4A) in 17 games, for a total of 24 points (13G-11A), which would be his career high. Gillis also appeared in a playoff game, going pointless.
 
In 1978-79, Gillis played 2 games with the [[Philadelphia Firebirds (hockey)|Philadelphia Firebirds]] of the [[American Hockey League|AHL]], getting no points, and spent 30 games with the Rockies, getting 8 points (1G-7A). He split the 1979–80 season with the Rockies, getting 9 points (4G-5A) in 40 games, and the [[Fort Worth Texans]] of the [[Central Hockey League|CHL]], with 22 points (9G-13A) in 29 games. Gillis started the 1980–81 season with Colorado, and had 18 points (11G-7A) in 51 games before being sent to the [[Boston Bruins]] for [[Bob Miller (ice hockey)|Bob Miller]]. Gillis then had 6 points (2G-4A) in 17 games, for a total of 24 points (13G-11A), which would be his career high. Gillis also appeared in a playoff game, going pointless.
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